Triangle Auto Supply Goes Live With Fuse5

Triangle Auto Supply Goes Live With Fuse5

Fuse5 allows customers at all levels of the supply chain to vastly improve their inventory efficiency, forecasting, price-points, sales strategies, online presence and more, all adding to increased profitability with drastically reduced fees for life, according to the company.

 

YAKIMA, Wash. — Fuse5, a complete Business Management System and Enterprise Resource Planning tool, is now being used by Triangle Auto Supply Co. in Yakima, Wash.

Triangle Auto Supply is Yakima’s oldest family owned and operated parts store, according to the company. Triangle has been serving Eastern Washington since 1921. “Fuse5 certainly takes us into the next century.” said Todd Degrasse, owner of Triangle Auto Supply. “From stem to stern, Fuse5 is a seamless process. We needed to transition to a new system in a very limited time frame and I’m certain no other software company could have made it happen so fast.”

Fuse5 continues to improve solutions to meet the demand for independent businesses striving to remain relevant in an increasingly competitive environment, the company says.

“We are excited to have Triangle Auto join the Fuse5 family,” said Gabe Davis, CEO of Fuse5. “As an ADN partner, we’re grateful for the opportunity to bring true cloud software into a market that’s eager for change.”

The Fuse5 cloud platform offers customers reduced monthly costs with the ability to pair their software to their business processes, the company says.

“Everyone on the Fuse5 team is very helpful and does a great job thinking outside of the box when they need to.” said Degrasse. “They really have a personal touch and truly take the time to know their customers. The Fuse5 team is second to none.”

Fuse5 is a complete Business Management System and Enterprise Resource Planning tool. Fuse5 allows customers at all levels of the supply chain to vastly improve their inventory efficiency, forecasting, price-points, sales strategies, online presence and more, all adding to increased profitability with drastically reduced fees for life, according to the company.

“The Fuse5 platform has allows Triangle Auto Supply to directly integrate with customers and distributors while adding a lot of streamlined functionality internally,” said Davis. “Fuse5 offers what every competitor claims to: an all encompassing, low-cost cloud system. However, by the time Triangle had completed training, they realized they had actually received exactly what was promised, and they’re thrilled!”

For more information, visit www.gofuse5.com.

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